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(Reuters) - Hundreds of young Myanmar protesters who had been trapped by security forces in a district of Yangon overnight have been able to get out, activists said on Tuesday, after calls from western powers and the United Nations for them to be allowed to leave.
(Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo was brought to Juventus with one goal - to win the Champions League and all eyes are on the Portuguese great to ensure last season's heartbreak does not repeat itself.
Second season of the zombie K-drama proves to be even more exciting and explosive, with an even more vile villain.
As Europeans hunker down at the epicentre of the coronavirus epidemic, an army of volunteers has emerged to bring help and hope to many, with food deliveries for the elderly, free taxi rides, accommodation for health workers, and even home-sewn face masks.
A vulnerable group in the Covid-19 pandemic, senior citizens have had to forgo their usual leisure and recreational activities, amidst health worries.
As governments around the world advise citizens to stay at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, there are few better options for entertainment while self-isolating than diving into a new video game.
THE Covid-19 pandemic is sweeping across the world at breakneck speed, impacting not just global financial markets and businesses but disrupting just about every aspect of our daily lives.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican said on Saturday that tests carried out in the building where Pope Francis lives after one resident tested positive for coronavirus showed that the pontiff and his closest aides do not have the disease.
GEORGE TOWN: A young fisherman jumped into the sea when he saw policemen approaching his fishing village here to enforce the movement control order (MCO).
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday promised an unprecedented package of steps to cushion the world's third-biggest economy from the coronavirus pandemic, saying the country was close to a national emergency as infections surged.